Savage Arms Introduces the 110 Ultralite Elite

Matthew Moss
by Matthew Moss
Savage Arms Introduces the 110 Ultralite Elite

Savage Arms have announced the latest addition to their 110 series of precision rifles, the 110 Ultralite Elite. The new model has an HNT26 folding carbon fiber stock from MDT and a PROOF Research barrel. The Ultralite Elite is available in 6.5CM, 6.5PMC, .308 Winchester, 7mm PRC, 300 Win Mag and 300 WSM in 18 and 20-inch barrel lengths. MSRP for the 110 Ultralite Elite across all calibers and barrel lengths is $3,299.

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Savage Arms Introduces the 110 Ultralite Elite

Here’s what Savage have to say about the Ultralite Elite:

Savage Arms is proud to announce the launch of the 110 Ultralite Elite. Savage has again teamed up with proven partners to deliver a premium rifle. PROOF Research® has crafted a barrel specific for this purpose driven firearm, delivering a Savage designed, carbon fiber wrapped stainless steel barrel. MDT, a leader in chassis systems and delivering value and accuracy to shooters, has its HNT26 folding carbon fiber stock on the 110 Ultralite Elite. This new rifle, combined with partner technologies, achieves lighter weights for higher altitude hunts and longer treks for big game.

“The 110 Ultralite Elite represents a significant leap forward in our commitment to delivering cutting-edge and innovative firearms to our customers,” said Beth Shimanski, Director of Marketing at Savage Arms. “We are thrilled to partner with PROOF Research and MDT to create a firearm that combines exceptional accuracy and durability with a lightweight design. The 110 Ultralite Elite is built to match the conditions of any extreme outdoor trek and can provide hunters with a tool to tackle any big game pursuit.”

At approximately five pounds, the 110 Ultralite Elite is designed to combat elevation and elements while maintaining the performance of a factory blueprinted Savage 110 action. The folding buttstock reduces the overall length by nine inches when folded, and allows for ease of transport in the backcountry. The carbon fiber wrapped stainless steel barrel provides the user with a lightweight carry on the rifle in all conditions. The 110 Ultralite Elite is the rifle that can outlast extreme weather or hunting conditions.

Savage Arms Introduces the 110 Ultralite Elite

The 110 Ultralite Elite models feature:

  • Exclusive Savage designed, PROOF Research® carbon fiber wrapped stainless steel cut filed barrel
  • Exclusive MDT HNT26 Chassis with a carbon fiber forend with integrated ARCA rail, carbon fiber pistol grip and buttstock
  • Gunmetal gray Cerakote finish on the Magnesium center section
  • Lightweight Stainless Steel Receiver with Blackout Cerakote Finish
  • Threaded muzzle, 5/8×24
  • 3-position tang safety
  • 1.5-4lb. user-adjustable AccuTrigger
  • LOP and comb height adjustment
  • Threaded bolt handle (5/16×24) with Carbon Fiber Bolt Knob
  • Includes a one-piece, 20MOA picatinny scope rail
  • Low profile, AICS detachable box magazine
  • Omniport muzzle brake installed
Savage Arms Introduces the 110 Ultralite Elite

Here’s a breakdown of the various caliber and barrel lengths available:

Part No. / Description / MSRP:
58145 / 110 Ultralite Elite, 6.5 CM 18″ Barrel / $3,299
58146 / 110 Ultralite Elite, 308 Win 18″ Barrel / $3,299
58147 / 110 Ultralite Elite, 6.5 PRC 20″ Barrel / $3,299
58148 / 110 Ultralite Elite, 7mm PRC 20″ Barrel / $3,299
58149 / 110 Ultralite Elite, 300 Win Mag 20″ Barrel / $3,299
58150 / 110 Ultralite Elite, 300 WSM 20″ Barrel / $3,299

Find out more about the 110 Ultralite Elite at savagearms.com.

Matthew Moss
Matthew Moss

Managing Editor: TheFirearmBlog.com & Overt Defense.com. Matt is a British historian specialising in small arms development and military history. He has written several books and for a variety of publications in both the US and UK. Matt is also runs The Armourer's Bench, a video series on historically significant small arms. Here on TFB he covers product and current military small arms news. Reach Matt at: matt@thefirearmblog.com

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  • Keiichi Keiichi on Jan 12, 2024

    4oz justifies double the price of the next lightest model in the same caliber. You get a pistol grip rather than a traditional grip…

    I won’t be replacing my 110 Ultralite for this.

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    • BaconLovingInfidel BaconLovingInfidel on Jan 21, 2024

      @Keiichi What do you get with your 110 Ultralite? What caliber?

      I've got a friend getting .85-.95 MOA with 3-4 cartridges so far in 6.5 CM with his and another friend who claims sub-MOA in everything he's tried and .55-.65 with the 2 .308 loadings his likes best.

      I doubt the Elite is any more accurate, more likely just a premium for folding and weight savings.

  • Predrag djuric Predrag djuric on Jan 13, 2024

    An interesting rifle.

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